TDI Technologies, Inc. (TDI) is seeking candidates for an Electrical Technician position. This position will support surface ship control systems for the US Navy. This position will require working alongside other TDI employees, US Navy engineers, other contractors, and Navy Ship’s Force in order to support machinery and ship control system life cycle sustainment. Tasking will include testing, planning, troubleshooting, and documentation of issues identified in both software and hardware for embedded systems, networks, and wiring. This position will require troubleshooting existing systems, proposing improvements to test processes and methods, and providing insights on system procedures, documentation, and schematics. This position will require test support both in the lab environment in Philadelphia as well as on-ship in various ports where US Navy ships are undergoing maintenance availability periods. This position will support with documentation, configuration control, and analysis of failures for deployed systems and hardware in design. This position will support fielded Machinery Control Systems on Naval surface vessels and will require working with software and hardware teams to distinguish root cause of failures, systems engineers to identify requirements and solutions. The candidate must be comfortable working with electrical, computer, and mechanical systems.
Lead efforts in on-site validation and verification (V&V) of machinery control system consoles, terminal boxes, interfaces, and other hardware for surface combatant vessels
Execute test procedures
Record and report test results
Oversee live operations of rotating machinery as part of test operations
Troubleshoot control systems, utilizing documentation, electrical and computer tools, and schematics
Education and Experience Requirements:
2-4 years of experience as an engineer or electrical technician, tracing signals, diagnosing electrical failures
1 or more years of experience testing software
Experience in US Navy or maritime systems is preferred
Training or coursework in an engineering discipline is preferred
Successful applicants must either have an active government security clearance or the ability to receive approval upon position acceptance.
Must have a valid US passport or the ability to obtain one upon position acceptance.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Basic electrical troubleshooting skills, including the ability to use an electrical multimeter and oscilloscope
Knowledge of basic electrical principles to include understanding current, voltage, power, resistance, continuity, and grounding
Familiarity with software systems, basic understanding of operating systems, applications, computer networks in order to troubleshoot
Ability to read and understand electrical schematics
Problem solving abilities
Proficiency with computers and Microsoft Office applications
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Shipboard or industrial experience with machinery control system installation, operational testing, troubleshooting, and repair is preferred
Experience troubleshooting machinery control systems is preferred
Ability to use electrical and software based analysis tools including network traffic analyzers (such as Wireshark, HyperTerminal, Putty, or similar) is preferred
Familiarity with VME bus and analyzers is preferred
This position will require up to 25% travel.
Equal Opportunity Policy:
TDI Technologies, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layout, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
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